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downtown los angeles. as police pursue an alleged armed bank robber. you can see the black suv makes its way in and out of surface streets. this is near downtown los angeles. police say there may be multiple suspects in the vehicle. as we have been watching this unfold, we have actually seen money being tossed out of the suv. so, again, police in pursuit of the alleged armed bank robber. there may be more suspects in the black suv under way near downtown los angeles. >>> in other news. the popular airs in reno get started today. just one year after the very deadly crash out there. the world war ii era plane crashed into the stands last september killing a total of 11 people. the organizers have new changes recommended by the ntsb. including the adjustments to the course to make the turns less sharp and keep planes at a distance. there is a focus on pilot training. >>> day three of the chicago school strike and still no end in sight. negotiators for the district and teachers are still talking. they say, yes, there is some progress, but both sides admit no deal appearss eminent. about 25,0
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't down on 10, it is in downtown los angeles. bank robbery suspects. four suspects accused of robbing a bank near the magic mountain area. two of those suspects along the way have now jumped out of the car. this thinking down about three different freeways now it is on certain streets in downtown. speeds have been cropped upwards of 110 miles per hour in a black bulbul. down the 110, hitting about 70 miles per hour. the traffic downtown, he hit congestion, decided to get off, and now, as you can see, at one point there were a dozen patrol cars chasing this guy. they want this guy badly because this is an armed bank robbery, and there is believe that this guy would be on the inside. with at least one suspect with him. clearly they are paying very close attention to him. you see a couple of times that the cops had an opportunity to do a pit maneuver that we have seen so many times. in this case, not knowing if weapons might be there, they are airing on the side of caution. we know that there are three or four different television help helicopters that are following this and it appears t
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chuck reed. >>> a while police chase through the streets of los angeles. when officers were worried about how would end and how their fears came true. the gala of money because people like to take some of the country. the iphone 5 finally arrives. how apple fans managed to stay on top of the latest must have the gadgets. good police or political payback? nine san jose's mayor faces a fine or traffic school for something that many drivers do every day. on what happened and whether the mayor feels that it was, in a police uniform. >>> when chuck reed was pulled over in his blueprints this morning by his own police departments he did not name drop himself. >>> did you say and the mayor? >>> to that didn't ask and i didn't say i handed him my license and registration and he said he would give me a ticket. >>> he got the $35 to get any failed to turn on his turn signal 100 ft. before the intersection the mayor says traffic violators should get tickets a matter who they are. even if you're the mayor of the 10th largest city in the country that's where the way it should be. the data wa
news. >>> 4:49. >> this morning, los angeles police are investigating a high speed chase that ended in gunfire. this was the scene as police chased a murder suspect armed with an assault rifle. the helicopter reporter for our sister station, describes what happened after the suspect's white car crashed. >> out of vehicle, he's got the weapon in his hand, looks like he's got an ak-47 trying to return fire. shots are fired. they in a gun battle here in the intersection, lapd officers in a gun battle, we are going to pull out. we are going to push in. we have weather coming through, clouds, suspect is down. he had that large -- >> he's down because he was shot by police. expected to survive. >>> the co-captain of harvard's basketball team has chosen to withdraw from school in the latest cheating scandal. he will drop out and miss the entire season, according to sports illustrated. the team's other co-captain, has also been implicated in the scandal, but he has yet to decide if he will withdrew. dozens of students are -- withdraw. dozens of students are being investigated for cheating,
the region. now we go to my colleague david wright in los angeles on who is behind this film. >> reporter: lama, a very long fuse appears to have ignited this controversy and it's not at all clear where it leads. today we started by looking for sam bacile claiming to be the writer, director of the video. he described himself as an israeli-american real estate developer. now hiding for the fear of his life. he's a deadend. apparently a fake name. >> my name is steve, s-t-e-v-e, last name klein. the only man that has come out is this man that claimed to consult on the movie. >> who is sam bacile? >> good question. i don't know sam that well. >> reporter: another deadend. we're told there was a screening on sunset boulevard but no one came to the theater. again no records of that. one final mystery, it appears that someone, not clear who, translated the english language trailer in a dialect of the arabic spoken in egypt that's what the tv stations in cairo picked up. an example how in the internet age it's possible to start trouble half a world away and remain very much in the shadow, diane.
otras aumentan de peso con tan solo ver la comida?... sepa qué arrojó un estudio sobre el tema.---en los angeles debaten un plan para convertir la credencial de las bibliotecas publicas en un documento de identidad con multiples beneficios. continuamos transmitiendo en vivo desde los Ángeles, una bella ciudad. >>y un joven britanico hizo un experiemento con un balón para medir la atmósfera y una cámara, y toma imágenes cuando el globo asciende y sale de la atmósfera, increíble >>y llego la hora de saber el estado del tiempo ,volvemos con jaqui guerido >>tan bella la ciudad de los Ángeles, les tenemos otra noticias, un extraño olor tiene muy incòmodos a los habitantes al sur de california, podría tratarse de sedimentos movidos por el viento cercanos a la falla de san andrés seguimos con avisos de inundaciones en el sur. >>mucha humedad, provocará inundaciones hacia el sur. hacia la florida tenemos un sistema estacionario que provoca mucha inestabilidad >>al norte condiciónes secas, altas temperaturas, un patrón bastante extraño. en el centro del país, temperaturas como si
lost. >> los angeles deal will be combined with glass panels, where the names of all the dead, the glass has a special property that clothes from behind when exposed to light. the idea is to make sure that we will never forget. >> i think that we took it for granted that we live in the united states and we're safe here. >> we were caught off guard, we thought that we were invincible. and it really brought us together and brought us back down to earth. >> this memorial, all 35 t of it, will not be in the parking lot much longer, the skeleton will be installed this coming spring. >> and for more on the ceremonies, marking the anniversary, and to see a photo gallery of 9/11, 11 years later, go to cbs sf .com. >> of the main thing that think is misunderstood right now is how fundamentally good is on a lot of different levels. >> the facebook ipo flopped but mark zuckerberg says to look on the bright side. what he admits that he does not do anymore. >> we ran back upstairs with fire extinguishers to break the windows out. >> then he realized that some were trapped inside, drastic a
car chase in history today was going on in los angeles. bank robbers, did you see that? they're throwing money out the window as they drive. whole bunch of cops following. people were coming out of their homes and apartments. look. look. money -- they're throwing it out the window as they drive. getting rid of it. >> bob: do you ever wonder why most of these happen in los angeles? >> dana: there is no traffic? i don't know. >> eric: fantastic. >> dana: my point was when i watch this, you will see a huge crowd gathers. i don't know if they're watching fox news and car chase and they heard about it. they rushed out. look at those people. 11:15 in the morning at california. they're not working. >> eric: you know what another point to make is it had to be a democrat driving that car. >> dana: because it was a volvo? >> greg: president obama. >> eric: greg, i could have gone there but i chose not to. >> bob: i'm sure it's not president obama on his way to los angeles. >> greg: if there is a truck throwing out money a lot of people are over it. >> dana: if you were somebody who pic
temperatures will last, but first a crazy scene unfolding in los angeles, a bank robbery, chase and money falling out of the car and onto the streets. >>> police were chasing an suv following an armed robbery. at one point the robbers threw money out the window drawing a large crowd who had possibly been watching the chase live on television. deputies eventually arrested two men. >>> a man died in oakland after someone shot him. it happened around 10:30 near west mcarthur boulevard. paramedics took the men to the hospital. police are still looking for the shooters. >>> a murder that took place two years ago today is being looked into. a man was walking with his fiance when they were attacked by 2 robbers just before four in the morning after they left a party celebrating the 35th birthday. the two shooters were seen driving an older model two tone suv. there is a 20,000-dollar reward in this case. >>> a car hit and killed an 81- year-old woman this morning in san jose. police say the woman was crossing north jackson avenue when a 1993 toyota tercel hit her. she died at the scene. the driv
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. >>> researchers at cedar sinai hospital in los angeles say latino people have an increased risk of developing type ii diabetes because they store fat in their pancreas. the study appeared white, black and latino adults. all of the subjects were overweight with similar prediabetic conditions. latinos stored fat in their pancreas was then less able to produce enough insulin metabolic regulating hormone. >>> people with mild asthma have been using steroid inhalers to prevent attacks for decades. but a new study in the journal of the american medical association finds those taking the steroids do no better than those who use their inhalers only when they have symptoms. the finding could lead to less expensive personalized plans to treat asthma. >>> the food and drug administration has sent out a warning to lorial over the marketing of the antiaging cream genefique. lancome claims it boosts the activity of genes and contains special ingredients that stimulate cell regeneration to reconstruct skin to a denser quality. the fda says only drug products are allowed to make such claims and lancome has not su
of your old but you better act fast. developing news out of los angeles tonight tory murder suspect led police on a very long high-speed chase. the suspect told police he wasn't going to be taken alive. and after he wrecked his car he came out firing. cirri fidel picks up the story. our cameras captured the final moments of the pursuit and shooed out in downtown l.a. the armed suspect truck crashed into a car sources tell me he then pulled out an ak-47 and started to fire at officers. we were several feet away as gunfire erupted. they say at one point the assault rifle jammed. the swat officers from scene. there were armed with handguns and rifles as well as a canine units. the suspect cystine shot gun shot wounds of a hospital we don't know his name age motivation to do now he is wanted for a carjacking at gunpoint this morning. he is also wanted for murder that took place in july. it was a dangerous lapd pursuit summerlike westlake or macarthur park we watched as the driver tried to travel the wrong way driving erratically. he drove his coat stolen car blowing through stop signs and r
temperatures 50s once again, maybe 49 santa rosa with a little fog developing. check out the afternoon sun los angeles 81, san diego 77, palm springs 100. no more flooding rains in southern california mid to upper 90s through the central valley upstairs and to our north budging area of high pressure pushing -- bulging area of high pressure pushing through, any time that high starts to develop we get a little warmer not going to get an offshore breeze so the warmest weather inland we'll see more pockets of sun along the coast today, tomorrow, friday. warmth will peak at coast tomorrow upper 60s taper to near 60 monday, max out in the mid 80s around the bay thursday, friday mid 90s inland temperatures drop slowly saturday, sunday, level off monday, tuesday with morning clouds and afternoon sunshine. >> we checked on that figure for the bribe amount for the egg farm, it was just $300, petty cash. >>> listen to this, co-captain of harvard basketball team has chosen to withdraw from school in the latest fall-out from the cheating scandal. senior co-captain kyle casey will miss the entire season. th
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the afternoon sun los angeles 81, san diego 77, palm springs 100. no more flooding rains in southern california mid to upper 90s through the central valley upstairs and to our north budging area of high pressure pushing -- bulging area of high pressure pushing through, any time that high starts to develop we get a little warmer not going to get an offshore breeze so the warmest weather inland we'll see more pockets of sun along the coast today, tomorrow, friday. warmth will peak at coast tomorrow upper 60s taper to near 60 monday, max out in the mid 80s around the bay thursday, friday mid 90s inland temperatures drop slowly saturday, sunday, level off monday, tuesday with morning clouds and afternoon sunshine. >> we checked on that figure for the bribe amount for the egg farm, it was just $300, petty cash. >>> listen to this, co-captain of harvard basketball team has chosen to withdraw from school in the latest fall-out from the cheating scandal. senior co-captain kyle casey will miss the entire season. the other co-captain senior guard brandon curry also up kated but has yet to decide if he wi
an hour long car chase through downtown los angeles ended with a shoot out between police and a carjacking suspect. the gun battle started after the suspect crashed into another car yesterday evening. officers shot and wounded the man. no officers were hurt but multiple bullets hit a patrol car. >>> a new water taxi service will be launched on the bay. the san francisco port commission approved. taxis will begin operation october 1st. scheduled between the hide street fishing harbor pier 39 and south beach marina. >>> we are coming up on our 5:00 hour. up next more than a dozen people are homeless now after an overnight fire in the east bay. you are going to see how fire crews came to the rescue in alameda. >>> also a huge international story with bay area ties. the u.s. ambassador to libya was among americans killed in a rocket attack overseas. >>> good morning. developing news u.s. ambassador to libya is among americans killed in a rocket attack overseas. his ties to the bay area. >>> we are live in alameda where a firefighter saves a man in a wheelchair from a burning home. >>> resident
'll explain coming up. >>> meantime a crazy scene in los angeles today as police chased town a couple bank robbery suspects -- down a couple bank robbery suspects. a man in the bank seat of an suv threw handfuls of bills out the windows. so people running in the street ran to try to grab the cash. two men were arrested. detectives are out for two more. >>> still ahead on 9news rabid animals on the attack in fairfax county. >> and right after the break a preview of the much anticipated iphone 5. >>> welcome back. we're getting our first look at apple's new iphone 5. >> it is the most beautiful product we have ever made. >> beautiful, huh? a company exec showed off the newest features in san francisco today. the new iphone has a larger 4- inch display, a taller slimmer design, longer battery life, a faster processor, a 4glte and a new connector to attach the iphones to other brands of computers and chargers. there will be an adapter to plug into older accessories as well. the cost will be between 199 and $399. iphone 5 goes on sale september 21st. >>> a live look outside right now, topper sh
. under that promofl illegal immigrants in los angeles who can not obtain driver's licenses could use their library cards as identification which could then be used to open bank accounts, access city services. opponents are arguing the library cards might encourage illegal immigration and could be easily exploited by terrorists. san francisco and oakland by the way already adopted similar plans. new haven, connecticut, the first city to award illegal immigrants legal identification cards. >>> up next, leon panetta stern words for the seal team six author who detailed the story of the bin laden raid. is he just as focused on finding those in the white house who have been leaking sensitive information? "the a-team" joins us next. chris hahn, lis wiehl. there you see them. bringing up the rear, james freeman. but he will be leading from the front, i'm sure. [ owner ] i need to expand to meet the needs of my growing business. but how am i going to fund it? and i have to find a way to manage my cash flow better. [ female announcer ] our wells fargo bankers are here to listen, offer guidanc
hand! >> the tense situation in los angeles as police chase a murderer suspect. >>> popular supplement researchers now say may not be the lifesaver that many think. >>> welcome back. look at the warmth inland 90 fairfield, antioch, 80s rest of the east bay valleys north bay and south bay mid 70s to near 80 bay mid to upper 60s coast into san francisco more sunshine than yesterday. flooding and thunderstorms subsiding in the southern parts of our state. going to get warmer palm springs 100, central valley mid to upper 90s, tahoe 75 today, clouds big sur and 68. >>> 5:48. huge turnout in lafayette last night to celebrate the life of brett olson, a college student who drowned in the sacramento river after he went missing for a week. 1,000 turned out at acalanes high to remember olson. his father expressed his astonishment at the way his community mobilized to try to find brett. he disappear during a labor day gathering. within the first four hours of posting it on facebook, 17,000 people joined the effort. eventually it ballooned to more than 92,000. >> the world will not miss brett. we w
with dramatic ending on the streets of los angeles. critter from health care to english classes' the group provided a lifeline for hispanic families adjusting to life in the u.s.. the u.s.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, (car horn) paying with your smartphone instead of cash... (phone rings) that's a step forward. with chase quickpay, you can send money directly to anyone's checking account. i guess he's a kicker... again, again! oh, no you don't! take a step forward and chase what matters. >>> the chase across several neighborhoods in los angeles and its shoes up with the police. >>> that so it ended the driver slammed into a car at an intersection and then tried to get up and run off the suspect poetic and inserted shooting at police hit by officers bullet the suspect expected to survive and nobody else was hurt. >>> that's not going on here in the roadways. >>> a great time to head off to work unusually quiet and the roadway so far this morning we decided to show them to the live look at our mobile 5 transit cameras. the head on the lower deck of the bay bridge headed back to the east bay so far
issues, but first we have our latest from lisa ferguson as always standing by in los angeles. hey, good morning, lisa. >> hey bill good morning, everyone. we are down to less than 60 days between now and the november election. with the conventions behind us president obama does have the lead in several of the polls, but with a race that is close, the winner will likely be decided in as little as nine very crucial swing states. wisconsin is gaining importance on that list and both parties know it. both parties are shifting the money toward the home of their vice presidential nominee. though obama campaign is also adding wisconsin to its targeted list. obama super pac usa has at least $100,000 worth of air time in milwaukee. paul ryan is hoping his home state can help carry him toward the white house. he is also campaigning for the house of representatives. he is planning on spending $2 million on ads for congress in both madison and milwaukee. those ads should start in late october. meanwhile romney is getting a lot of criticisms from conservatives. he does ha
only after years of difficult negotiations. in los angeles, the union and school district officials are now in talks over how to implement a new teacher evaluation system. for for the record, we invited mayor emanuel to appear on the program and roy roamer who served as superintendent of los angeles unified school district twr 2001 to 2006 and before that as governor of colorado. he's currently senior advisor to the college board. randi weingarter, i want to start with you. when you look at the chicago strike -- and i know you're out there now in chicago -- what are the one or two more most important issues that you find resonating at the national level that affect teachers everywhere. >> it's really about saving the heart and soul of public education for all kids who need public education. and when you're on the streets talking to teachers, they are determined to have the tools they need to help kids and for kids to have the resources they need to succeed. and what struck me -- no pun intended -- was how resolute teachers are and para-professionals are about "this is a fight to ens
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. palm springs 106. 88 in los angeles tomorrow, 76 in big sur and there is a great day and there is a summer spread in effect a high of 64 z.on the coast and 74 in oakland. inland to brentwood, a high of 95 there is a is a 90s in cloverdale, east bay, 94, antioch, livermore, 93, fairfield there is 70s here in san francisco. this is also warm. we may have another day of this warmth before it tapers off. enjoy, now. >> and we know one way to safe money at the grocery store is to buy store-brand items. are they as good as name brands? putting price, and taste to the test. >> which commercial is taking home top prizes in san francisco as best of the year. stay with us. >> in the abc 7 newsroom, a proposition designed to bring more revenue to california? critics say it could cast the state more jobs and big dig in san francisco, uncovering a piece of history. now, the attention of scient >>> checking healthy living news this afternoon for the first time in four years number of americans covered by some type of health care is growing. the study says 260 million americans have
in dallas. los angeles, 81 and clearing. >>> slow moving cold front bringing monsoon thunderstorms and showers from the four corner states to wisconsin. sunny and dry in the northeast and south and a few storms will pop up in the texas/oklahoma panel. >> in sports, brian mccarthy is back home. the oakland starter had surgery after being nailed by a line drive. his skull was fractured and had a contusion on his brain. doctors say he won't be on the mound for the rest of the season. dan straley got called up to replace mccarthy and wrote 32 on the mound. coco crisp lashes one down the left-field line and gets one away from torii hunter. a's over the angels 56-5 for fifth straight win. not good for the orioles. jason hamel injured his knee in the fourth. same knee he had surgery on in july. he'll be examined today. the rays won. baltimore now tied with the yanks for the lead in the american league east. in the national league dodgers lose a close one against the arizona diamondbacks. struck out six. hits a deep double to right in the seventh and paul goldsmith scored from first for th
tavis: good evening. from los angeles, i am tavis smiley. tonight, a conversation with colin powell. he is a best-selling author with a new book that focuses on life lessons and leadership. we will get his thoughts on a number of subjects in the news, including america's wars abroad, the crisis in syria, and the 2012 presidential race. we are glad you can join us. a conversation with colin powell coming up right now. >> every community has a martin luther king boulevard. it's the cornerstone we all know. it's not just a street or boulevard, but a place where walmart stands together with your community to make every day better. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: pleased and honored to welcome colin powell back to this program. the former u.s. secretary of state and decorated four-star general is, of course, a best- selling author whose latest text is called "it worked for me: in life and leadership." he joins us tonight from washington. secretary powell, good to have you back on this program, sir. >> thank you, tavis, good to be with
, raleigh, north carolina, rounding out the top three. it is hardest to find work in los angeles and miami with five applicants for every position and riverside, california, near l.a., with seven applicants for every job. a woman who caught a potentially deadly virus at a national park wonders why visitors didn't know more about the danger. that's next. danger. that's next. doctor doing your job, hello... so why are you doing hers? only your doctor can determine if your persistent heartburn is actually something more serious like acid reflux disease. over time, stomach acid can damage the lining of your esophagus. for many, prescription nexium not only provides 24-hour heartburn relief, but can also help heal acid-related erosions in the lining of your esophagus. talk to your doctor about the risk for osteoporosis-related bone fractures and low magnesium levels with long-term use of nexium. possible side effects include headache, diarrhea, and abdominal pain. other serious stomach conditions may still exist. let your doctor do her job. and you do yours. ask if nexium is right for you. if y
asked bill whitaker in los angeles to look into that. bill? >> reporter: scott, it would be generous to describe this movie at amateurish." it depicts the prophet mohammed as a buffoon in sexually suggestive situations. we've decided not to show the film clips. many might find it deeply insulting. now, the trailer for "innocence of muslims" sat almost unnoticed among youtube's english-language videos for more than two months. it attracted little attention from july 1, the day it was uploaded, until september 8. on that day an egyptian talk show host known for his unyielding defense of radical islam and his inflammatory rhetoric ran arabic language clips of the film. they have now gone viral throughout the middle east. the filmmaker has been identified by people associated with the movie as sam bacile, an israeli living in california. cbs news and other news organizations can find no record of him. >> number one, he's not israeli. number two, his real name is not sam. i don't know his real name. >> reporter: steve klein was a consultant on the film. he describes himself as a christian
robbery suspects are in custody after a wild chase in los angeles that started allegedly after the suspects robbed a bank of america. there was money thrown out of the window of the suv and there were people trying to pick up the cash even in front of the police vehicles. they countered the suspect at an intersection. >> chicago teachers still on strike. the teachers' union says the chances of an agreement with the school district are slim right now. in the meantime, 350 students are out of school. they are using non-union workers to provide alternative cmore than 50 people in the southwest u.s. had to be rescued after a record-breaking rains and flash flooding. they were getting more than twof rain. that was the most amount of rain ever recorded their since record-keeping began. and in southern utah, water broke through one die. -- dyke. >> it goes down, and there you are. it is localized. it is not a big general rainstorm. and they have had the wettest summer they have ever had, over 3 inches of rain. looking at the weatherbug sites, it is different from our weather here. one
people in los angeles. we will tell you how this pursue that people running into the street collecting cash. >> we're continuing to follow the breaking news from morgan state university. we are heading there to get the we are heading there to get the sfx: sounds of marching band and crowd cheering so, i'm walking down the street, sfx: sounds of marching band and crowd cheering just you know walking, sfx: sounds of marching band and crowd cheering and i found myself in the middle of this parade honoring america's troops. which is actually quite fitting because geico has been serving the military for over 75 years. aawh no, look, i know this is about the troops and not about me. right, but i don't look like that. who can i write a letter to about this? geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. >> a wild car chase in the southern california the check to see to believe. to bank robbers were fleeing when they started throwing cash out of their suv windows during chase to draw people into the streets. the track and of being blocked by traffic and stresse
. incluyendo a su embajador. el presidente barack obama. protestas en contra del sheriff de los angeles. manifestantes piden que deje de entregar a inmigraciÓn indocumentados que no tienen antecedentes penales. sin lugares a la vista en la huelga de maestros en chicago. algunas iglesias salen en auxilio de las familias que no tienen adonde dejar a sus hijos. espectacular persecuciÓn policÍaca en los Ängeles, terminÓ con los sospechosos, lanzando en plena calle el dinero que se habÍan robado de un banco. empezamos. ♪ >>> este es su noticiero univisiÓn, con jorge ramos y marÍa elena salinas. >>> que tal, buenas noches. estados unidos cree que fue planeado el atentado contra su consulado en venganza y alivia que murieron 4 nort americano incluyendo su embajador chris steven. el presidente barack obama condenÓ el ataque y otro contra la embajada norteamÉrica en egipto. envÍo 50 infantes de marinos. y aviones no tripulados, a buscar a los asesinos. estos incidentes violentos se han convertido de repente en un disputado tema en la campaÑa presidencial. lourdes tiene mÁs desde w
in los angeles. diane eastabrook, "n.b.r.," chicago. >> susie: new estimates are in, >> susie: new estimates are in, and it looks like this year's holiday selling season will be the strongest for retailers since the great recession took hold. shoppertrek sees overall sales rising 3.3%, it bases those numbers on visits to more than 50,000 stores. >> tom: the major stock indices inches higher as investors and traders wait for the federal reserve's announcement tomorrow if it will do anything more to help the economy. the session for the s&p 500 illustrates the back and forth, with prices dipping mid-morning, and late afternoon, before closing with a small gain. it continues hovering around its post-recession high. volume grew slightly. 661 million shares on the big board. 1.7 billion on the nasdaq. not a lot of volatility among the major stock sectors. with the iphone five debt, the telecom services sector was the biggest gainer, up 0.7%. consumer staples was in the biggest loser, down 0.7%. energy drink company monster beverage was the biggest loser in the s&p 500. the firm has come
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